Kanye West reappeared on social media on Saturday and revealed he had a “good meeting” with his ex-wife Kim Kardashian about raising their children.
Earlier this week, the 45-year-old rap star angrily posted screenshots of his textual arguments with Kim over where their kids should go to school.
But when he hit up his Instagram over the weekend, he wrote, “Hi guys I’m baaaaack Sorry it took so long to post just had a great meeting with Kim about schools.”
Mending the fences?: Kanye West reappeared on social media on Saturday and revealed he had a ‘good meeting’ with his ex-wife Kim Kardashian about raising their children
Parents of four: Earlier this week the 45-year-old rap star angrily posted screenshots of his textual arguments with Kim over where their kids should go to school
However, he used the rest of his legend to continue battering a host of haters including Adidas manager Daniel Cherry, Kid Cudi, Pete Davidson, and more.
The rapper-turned-designer has publicly declared a feud with Adidas, which he has partnered with through his Yeezy empire.
Plus, the Chicago star added fuel to his spinoff with Cudi and Davidson, ex-boyfriend of ex-wife Kim Kardashian.
On Saturday afternoon, the father-of-four appeared to be spinning in real time as he uploaded a long series of Instagram posts, starting on Friday.
Taunting: The 45-year-old rapper-turned-designer has publicly declared a feud with Adidas, who he’s partnered with through his Yeezy empire
In one of his latest posts, he shared a doctored image of Cudi and Cherry standing side by side with an Adidas logo plastered on each of their chests.
He joked, “I’m sure this photo is going to send adidas stock through the ceiling. Welcome Jing Ulrich who is a board member of adidas and JP Morgan. So it makes sense now that when I wanted to sell, JP Morgan shut up.”
Consistent with his previous posts, the caption consisted of one long sentence with grammar and spelling errors, making it difficult to fully discern.
Not ok: Directing his fury at Adidas senior vice president/CEO Cherry, he let out a flurry of threatening and angry messages
Choice Words: West called the executive a “venture capitalist who [sic] the only adventure is capitalism,” continuing, “I can’t create, so they try to count more than the creatives. Die slowly’
Directing his fury at Cherry, senior vice president/general manager of Adidas, he let out a flurry of threatening and angry messages.
On a black background, he typed in all capital white letters, “I guarantee you’ll have to move out before I’m legally done with you.”
West called the executive a “venture capitalist who is [sic] the only adventure is capitalism,” continuing, “I can’t create, so they try to count more than the creatives. Die slowly.
In a separate but equally upset post, he added: ‘F — A VC. NOW WHAT.’
“Ye’s frustration stems from feeling left out of running the Yeezy Gap brand he ran.
Explosive: In several posts, Kanye listed the names, positions and photos of international Adidas employees
Kanye made a point of describing Andreessen Horowitz as “the only VC I love”, making another exception adding, “and Cyrus”.
Tom Brady joined in the comments to express his approval, writing “Andreessen Horowitz” along with three red “100” emojis.
West captures a screenshot and shares the commentary with his 16.8 million followers, dragging Pete into the story with his caption, in which he calls him “Skete.”
The Through the Wire hitmaker typed: ‘Tom Brady in the comments it’s ok He must hate Skete too Leave it looooooone Hi North I’m Skete Look at my Tattooooos I’m a pawn sent here to spite your dad in hopes that ‘he’s gonna do something illegal so we can get him out of your life From hi Holy Look at my tattoo I have your name tattooed on my body I have a Kid Cudi tattoo too but no one knows who he is I was like He was working at the Bape store selling Daniel Cherry Hats to the tourist.’
Back to Pete: West screenshots a comment from football icon Tomb Brady and shares it with his 16.8 million followers, dragging Pete into the story with his caption, in which he calls him ‘Skete’ .
Earlier this week, Kanye set Instagram on fire with sensational screenshots of him arguing with Kim over a text about their kids’ schooling.
The kids are currently attending a swanky private school in Los Angeles, but Kanye obviously wanted them to transfer to his own recently opened Donda Academy, a Christian school he named after his late mother.
“You don’t have the right to say where the kids go to school,” he raged at Kim via text message. ‘Why say say. Because you’re half white?
He also teased Kim’s mother, Kris Jenner, whom he called “Kris Jong Un” a few years ago.
Shocking: In a text, he insisted on meeting Kim in person and suggested she take charge of choosing their children from school because Kim is ‘half white’
Kim retorted by forwarding a message from Kris herself, who pleaded with him to stop scolding her because of how much it was “stressing” her at the age of 66.
‘You don’t have so much to say about my black kids and where they go to school. They won’t make playboys and sextapes,’ Kanye wrote, taking a swipe at the porn video Kim and her Playboy cover, “Tell your Clinton friends to come get me. I’m here.”
In another Instagram post, he also took issue with the children’s school teaching Kwanzaa students.
“What is Kwanzaa and who came up with this bullshit,” the devout Christian rapper asked on social media.
‘It stresses me out endlessly’: Things continued to get even more personal as he shared another message Kim sent on behalf of his mother Kris Jenner
Too secular? He also took issue with Kwanzaa and how he was taught in a private school, an institution he had previously said he did not want his children to attend.
In another post, he shouted out his “fellow c**donors” Tristan Thompson, Travis Scott and Scott Disick, all of whom had children with various women in the Kardashian-Jennery reality star’s family.
Meanwhile, station wagon Kanye, A$AP Rocky and Antonio Brown who appeared together in a photo shoot earlier this year were towed this weekend, TMZ reported. The outlet noted that the vehicle was taken away at the request of police.
A towing company employee explained that the cream-colored car was illegally parked in a Los Angeles neighborhood, racking up multiple citations.
The photos of the trio were taken by Kevin Wong and shared on social media in January.